Parris Landing on its last units

FINAL PHASE NOW SELLING! Located within the Charlestown Navy Yard, Parris Landing, originally known simply as building 42, was constructed for and used as a nautical machine shop. Upon closing of the active Navy Yard, Parris Landing was then thereafter converted to residential rental units under Bostons historic preservation guidelines. In late 2004, the property was purchased by Carlyle CQ Boston, re-named Parris Landing in honor of renowned 19th century architect Alexander Parris, designer of numerous buildings in and around Boston as well as the Navy Yard, and the transformation to residential condominiums began. Over the past several months, Parris Landing has been undergoing significant capital improvements in all areas of the property. Led by international design icon Philippe Starck and his London based firm Yoo by Starck, Parris Landing combines unique historical architecture with 20th century innovative design.

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